"సిపాయి" కూర్పుల మధ్య తేడాలు

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అనువాదం మూస మరియు వర్గీకరణ
(వర్గీకరణ)
(అనువాదం మూస మరియు వర్గీకరణ)
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[[Image:Awan Sepoy (30th Punjabis).jpg|thumb|An early 20th century sepoy]]
'''సిపాయి''' (Sepoy) (from [[Persian language|Persian]] سپاهی [[Spahis|''Sipâhi'']] meaning "soldier") was a native of [[British India|India]], a soldier allied to a [[Europe]]an power, usually the [[United Kingdom]]. Specifically, it was the term used in the [[British Indian Army]], and earlier in the [[Honourable East India Company]], for an [[infantry]] [[private (rank)|private]] (a cavalry trooper was a [[Sowar]]), and is still so used in the modern [[Indian Army]], [[Pakistan Army]] and [[Bangladesh Army]]. Close to 300,000 sepoys were crucial in securing the subcontinent for the British East India Company<ref>http://www.fsmitha.com/h3/h38sep.htm</ref>, and played a prominent role in the [[Indian Rebellion of 1857]] after it was alleged that the new rifles being issued to them used animal fat to grease the casing.
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